So, right now i'm wasted again, and once again I come back to this topic - why does living with the pop culture makes you soft? I study the law, I live in a dorm, I have a girlfriend that's poor, but still is into some fashion shit and pop stuff, like she listents to shitty "One Republic." My roommates are from the country, and I am too in a way, but that's not the point. My point is - why the fuck I have become so soft. i don't feel the anger as I did before, I rarely yell FUCK YOU to the things I hate. OK, I study the law, I do somehow understand it in theory, though I never did before. But why the hell I have stopped hating? What's wrong with me? :D
That's just my thoughts, hope it made some sense. And sorry for my english, kinda really wasted right now, though probably it won't be better when I sober up. :)
Thanks if you red this, Kocii.
eh youre growing used to it but i hate pop and shit like that as much as you do
You've been effectively desensitized by means of frequent exposure. And studying law where you might learn more efficiant ways of expressing yourself probably doesnt help either.
Next thing you know, you'll exclaim "I say, must you blast that drivel in my presence? banish thee at once!"
..bobs yer uncle..
The odd thing is, that gentlemanly speech quote is actually more effective (and memorable) than the title! Ah, desensitization...too many people using swear words for every occasion. They're losing their strength and meaning. Now just mere curiosity.
Perhaps a good thing - allows reasoning to control your arguments - which is much more effective long-term in persuading people with valid points. @kocii, just make sure your logic is not twisted by hate or apathy. =] You can do more good with sense than senseless.